by David K. on
Wow.... I took my oldest son there last week. First time ever. We got tired of the chain restaurants sushi in town. So, we made a special visit on Friday night... Unbelievable that is my opinion. Even the seaweed salad and cucumber salad was original and amazing. The fish? Well the Tuna and Salmon tasted like it swam directly to the restaurant 5 minutes early. The best. Too top it off the service was great. Mr Hayakawa came over to the sushi bar and asked how we were.. and then... my son wanted The Green Tea Ice Cream.... he loved it. Do go..... incredible.
by zan O. on
I feel as though whatever I'm gonna say has already been said. The music wasn't that good. That had 3 or 4 different dance floors so we kept moving whenever we weren't feeling the music and it was erratic because a good song would come then you would have move on or stop because the next song would not make sense at all. The crowd is weriod. Drinks aren't cheap. At least you get to party on the roof.
by Emory Woodis on
Fish...but not for eating. Which is nice, yet leaves me hungry. I hit up the GA Aquarium during its opening weekend. Crowds were crazy, but it was worth it to see all the exhibits for the first time. If I had rated it a year ago, it would have been five stars. My rating now is primarily based on the fact that almost a year later I've been to the Aquarium at least ten times. Whenever family or friends come to town, they want to go there since it's new and has gotten a lot of national press. I have an annual pass (wise investment), so I become the tour guide and chauffeur. After a few trips, I started to get irritated at how difficult some of the exhibits are to see, and how the foot traffic really bottlenecks at certain exhibits. I really prefer the Baltimore Aquarium; it has fewer exhibits, but the sight lines are great and it's more of an educational feel than an amusement park. The GA Aquarium is great, don't get me wrong. It's just that having gone to it many times you start to notice the flaws and the foot traffic difficulties inside the building.